Just the Jeep Truck Facts: What You Need to Know About the 2020 Jeep Gladiator

2020 Jeep Gladiator Overland
A quick look at the 2020 Jeep Gladiator Specs. Photo by Erica Mueller

Read our full Jeep Gladiator Review here.

Who This Jeep Truck is For

  • Adventurers of all kinds. The bed gives you a lot more options for cargo and gear, and you still get the second row for extra passengers or cargo that needs to stay dry.
  • Families, couples and singles who want a truck, but not a big truck.
  • Anyone who loves Jeeps!
2020 Jeep Gladiator Overland

All packed up and ready to head home after an afternoon in the pool. Photo by Erica Mueller

What This 2020 Jeep Gladiator Costs

The Sport edition is the base model for the Gladiator and starts at $33,545. It comes in 8 fun colors, hard or soft top, and sports 17″ wheels. The doors and windshield are removable for that true Jeep experience.

Next is the Sport S which adds a second premium soft-top option for a total of 3 roof options. You can also upgrade this model with an 8″ touch screen Unconect infotainment system that includes Apple Car Play and Android Auto connectivity. Another add-on option is theĀ 115-volt power outlet in the bed, perfect for plugging in a camp light, crockpot, or for charging your power tool batteries. The Sport S starts at $36,745

For our Jeep Gladiator review, we drove the Overland, (starting at $40,395) which is a great middle of the road package that allows you to upgrade to 18″ inch wheels, gives you the option of a body-color-matching 3-piece hard top and 4 interior colors. A 7″ touch screen comes standard on this model, but you can upgrade to the 8.4″ if you like. Plus the Overland offers safety and technology features the lower models don’t, like adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, and active braking to help prevent collisions if you’re not going to stop in time. Available add-ons include body-color fender flares and side-steps, LED headlamps, and leather-trimmed seats for a more luxurious ride.

And as always, the ultimate in Jeep off-roading is the Rubicon package! This one starts at $43,545 and offers 4 top options, and either a tan and saddle interior or black with red stitching and accents. And exclusive offering for the Rubicon is an electronic front sway bar disconnect for extra articulation of the axel to help you navigate deep ruts and bit rocks. You also get locking front and rear differentials, ensuring each wheel turns the same regardless of the traction available. And if you love off-roading like I do you can add a forward-facing camera to help you see what’s in front of you while you’re off-pavement, and of course, 33″ tires for 11.1 inches of ground clearance which make a big difference when you’re no longer in Kansas.

The Overland we drove for this review topped out at $57,230 thanks to some incredible add-ons like leahter-trimmed seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear shifter, extra-large console, trailer tow package, heated seats and steering wheel, remote start, LED lights all around, the 8.4 inch touch screen, GPS navigation, premium audio, rear-view auto-dimming mirror, rear sliding window, rear window defrost, rear park assist, blind-spot and cross-path detection, adaptive cruise, forward collision warning, active braking, 4-programmable auxiliary switches, cargo management system with rail system in the bed, all-weather mats inside, 8-speed automatic transmission with skid plate, keyless entry, and spray-in bed liner. According to the Monroney, all three top options were ordered and included at that price, tho we only experienced the soft-top. It really was decked out with everything!


What You Need to Know About the 2020 Jeep Gladiator Overland

  • 3.6L V8 Engine
  • 8-speed automatic transmission
  • 4-wheel drive
  • Front airbags
  • Rear backup camera
  • Heavyduty axels
  • 18″ wheels
  • Leather-trimmed seats

2019 Jeep Gladiator Overland Monroney

This vehicle was loaned to me by FCA for the purpose of this 2020 Jeep Gladiator Review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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